Nepal becomes the fourth country, after India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, to welcome Samsung’s first to-market Tizen smartphone, the Z1. Samsung has partnered with local carrier Ncell to launch the device in the country at an equivalent price of $74.
The Z1 which has been widely popular in the markets where it has been selling thanks to its entry level price point is primed for success even as Samsung plans on revealing its successor to the market soon.
The Samsung Z1 boasts of average specifications that mostly sit well with its target market. It has a 4 inch display, a 1,500 mAh battery with Samsung’s Ultra Power Saving mode, a 3.1 megapixel camera and a front-facing selfie camera as well.